Aside from all the noise coming out of both teams this week — with injuries and anonymous reports [extreme eye roll] — the rivalry is red hot coming into the contest. Earlier in the week, Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said he was confident in his team, and that they were going to Dallas and getting a win.
Demarcus Lawrence got wind of these comments (some, 2-3 days later) and had his own words for Pederson.
Cowboys been mostly pc on Doug Pederson's guarantee of Eagles win until DE DeMarcus Lawrence talked: "Alright. He’s gotta come here. Tell him to come on. We ready. Can he play the game? He might want to shut his ass up and stay on the sidelines. He can’t play the game for them."— Clarence Hill Jr (@clarencehilljr) October 18, 2019
The last game between these teams was in early December 2018, and the Cowboys won at home, 29-23. The Eagles have already shown that they don’t have to beat the Cowboys to get into the postseason and even to a Super Bowl win — but still, Dallas has won the last three meetings and it’s about time the Carson Wentz-led Eagles team comes out on top.
If Philly plays like they did in Week 6 against the Vikings, anything could happen. But if they look a little closer to the team that beat the Packers, the Cowboys will have a tough test bouncing back from three losses in a row — two teams (Packers, Jets) that lost to the Eagles in previous weeks.
Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the game.
Date: Sunday, October 20, 2019
Time: 8:20 PM Eastern
Announcers: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (field reporter)
Referee: Jerome Boger (Eagles 6-6 in 12 games officiated)
Location: AT&T Stadium | Arlington, TX
NFL Network replay: TBA
Radio: SportsRadio 94WIP | SIRIUS: 81 (Phi), 83 (Dal) | XM: 225 (Phi), 226 (Dal)
The Eagles are road underdogs, per DraftKings Sportsbook.
Philadelphia Eagles +2.5 (-110)
Dallas Cowboys -2.5 (-110)
The Cowboys lead the all-time series 65-51, and they’ve bested the Eagles in their last three meetings — Eagles have a Super Bowl win, though, in that time.
Philly’s only shutout ever against their division rival was Sept. 15, 1991, when the Eagles’ defense made a franchise-record 11 sacks against Troy Aikman, and finished the game 24-0.
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Eagles 2019 Regular Season Schedule
Week 1 - vs. Washington Redskins (Sept. 8, 1:00 PM ET, FOX)
Week 2 - at Atlanta Falcons (Sept. 15, 8:20 PM ET, NBC) Sunday Night Football
Week 3 - vs. Detroit Lions (Sept. 22, 1:00 PM ET, FOX)
Week 4 - at Green Bay Packers (Sept. 26, 8:20 PM ET, FOX/NFLN) Thursday Night Football
Week 5 - vs. New York Jets (Oct. 6, 1:00 PM ET, CBS)
Week 6 - at Minnesota Vikings (Oct. 13, 1:00 PM ET, FOX)
Week 7 - at Dallas Cowboys (Oct. 20, 8:20 PM ET, NBC) Sunday Night Football
Week 8 - at Buffalo Bills (Oct. 27, 1:00 PM ET, FOX)
Week 9 - vs. Chicago Bears (Nov. 3, 1:00 PM ET, FOX)
Week 10 - BYE (Nov. 10)
Week 11 - vs. New England Patriots (Nov. 17, 4:25 PM ET, CBS)
Week 12 - vs. Seattle Seahawks (Nov. 24, 8:20 PM ET, NBC) Sunday Night Football
Week 13 - at Miami Dolphins (Dec. 1, 1:00 PM ET, FOX)
Week 14 - vs. New York Giants (Dec. 9, 8:15 PM ET, ESPN) Monday Night Football
Week 15 - at Washington Redskins (Dec. 15, 1:00 PM ET, FOX)
Week 16 - vs. Dallas Cowboys (Dec. 22, 4:25 PM ET, FOX)
Week 17 - at New York Giants (Dec. 29, 1:00 PM ET, FOX)